Developers of the Hofbräuhaus German restaurant and brewery being constructed off Illinois 15 say they do not have a completion date to announce. Work began on the restaurant in late 2015.
Developers of the Hofbräuhaus German restaurant and brewery being constructed off Illinois 15 say they do not have a completion date to announce. Work began on the restaurant in late 2015. News-Democrat file photo tvizer@bnd.com
Developers of the Hofbräuhaus German restaurant and brewery being constructed off Illinois 15 say they do not have a completion date to announce. Work began on the restaurant in late 2015. News-Democrat file photo tvizer@bnd.com

Hofbräuhaus developers do not have completion date to announce

May 25, 2017 07:18 AM

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